A Patriots Super Bowl win could lead to a tough year for stocks — at least according to one superstition
Sunday, 4 February 2018 · *The Super Bowl Indicator, a long-standing market superstition, suggests that stocks will perform worse if the Patriots win the big game than if the Eagles do.*
· *The S&P 500 has gained just 1.5% on average in years the Patriots emerge victorious, versus a 5.1% increase when they lose, according to LPL Financial data.*
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